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Donald Trump weighs in on RPattz and KStew: 'She cheated on him like a dog ... He can do much better'

Donald Trump thinks Robert Pattinson should fire Kristen Stewart. Again.

The news that Edward and Bella — sorry, Pattinson and Stewart — had apparently gotten back together brought with it a wave of mixed emotions. On one hand, they’re obviously scowly soulmates. On the other, she cheated with somebody who isn’t even very famous.

But a certain mogul known for always speaking his mind — no matter what insanity lurks within it — has come forward with the definitive opinion on RPattz and KStew’s latest drama. “Robert Pattinson should not take back Kristen Stewart,” he tweeted Wednesday. “She cheated on him like a dog & will do it again — just watch. He can do much better!”

He followed that with a tweet about Mitt Romney and Barack Obama getting into a fist fight.

Quick, someone tell Robert Pattinson! We all know he’s been dying for romantic advice from someone who’s been married three times.

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Donald Trump on Kate Middleton topless photos: 'Only herself to blame'

Donald Trump has weighed in on Kate Middleton’s topless photos  — even though no one asked his opinion.

Trump tweeted, “Kate Middleton is great–but she shouldn’t be sunbathing in the nude–only herself to blame” and “Who wouldn’t take Kate’s picture and make lots of money if she does the nude sunbathing thing. Come on Kate!”

Trump is blaming the wrong person here. Sure, he’s technically right — she was outside. But The Daily Mail reports that the couple were photographed from over a half-mile away with a long-lens camera. And she was sunbathing at a private residence with her husband. As a friend remarked to me over the weekend, it is literally the least scandalous nude photo scandal possible. Not to mention, it’s kind of a gross invasion of privacy.

Trump should really be thankful that no one is that invested in naked photos of him.

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Donald Trump hosting Mitt Romney fundraiser. This is news to Romney.

Donald Trump just wants Mitt Romney to Call Him Back, Maybe.

Trump is hosting a fundraiser for Romney Thursday night, but that appears to be news to the Republican candidate. Romney spokesman Rick Gorka told E! that there will be “no meeting” and said, “That won’t be happening this week.”

But Trump is doubling down, tweeting, “Looking forward to the “Dine with Mitt and Donald” this Thursday. Can’t wait to meet the lucky winner. @MittRomney.”

Is Donald Trump Mitt Romney’s clingy friend that he doesn’t really want around?  We’ll have to wait until Thursday night to see it all play out, but it sounds like Trump is just asking to hear Romney’s favorite words, “You’re fired.”

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Wolf Blitzer to Donald Trump: 'You're beginning to sound a little ridiculous.'

BEGINNING?

Ugh, both of you: Shut up. Shut up! SHUT UP SHUT UP SHUT UP SHUT UP SHUT UP.

More birther nonsense on CNN today. (DON’T) Watch it here:

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George Will calls Donald Trump a 'bloviating ignoramus'

Mitt Romney is taking a lot of heat for appearing with Donald Trump at a campaign fundraiser on May 29. On May 27, conservative pundit George Will questioned the wisdom of such a move and didn’t pull any punches in insulting Trump, who’s continued to raise the birther issue about President Obama. “I do not understand the cost-benefit here,” Will said on ABC’s This Week. “The costs are clear. The benefit — what voter is going to vote for him because he is seen with Donald Trump? The cost of appearing with this bloviating ignoramus is obvious, it seems to me. Donald Trump is redundant evidence that if your net worth is high enough, your IQ can be very low and you can still intrude into American politics.”

Bloviating ignoramus?! READ FULL STORY

'Celebrity Apprentice': And the winner is...

Image credit: Heidi Gutman/NBC

History was set to be made on the fifth season of The Celebrity Apprentice this evening — the kind of history that matters only to people like myself who obsess over absurd reality shows where Playboy models and people that used to dress up in green body paint pretend to work for Donald Trump for a few months in the hopes of being hired for a job position they will never fill. Before all was said and done this evening, Trump would be crowning either the first ever African-American Celebrity Apprentice (Arsenio Hall) or the first gay Celebrity Apprentice (Clay Aiken). To find out who won, and to sound off about the decision, read on for more. [SPOILER ALERT: Read on only if you have already watched Sunday’s episode of The Celebrity Apprentice or want to know who won the show.] READ FULL STORY

Today in million-year-old feuds: Donald Trump kicks Rosie O'Donnell when she's down... and cancelled

“Rosie fails at everything.” This was the indelicate response from Donald Trump to Friday’s news that Rosie O’Donnell’s OWN talker The Rosie Show was cancelled. If you didn’t know any better you’d think it was 2006 all over again, as the dependably bombastic mogul called Fox and Friends this morning to relish in his archenemy’s shortfall. Trump said he “knew immediately” Rosie wouldn’t succeed and added, “I’ve said it for years. She’ll never make it.” He also snarked about the choice to cancel, “I always knew Oprah was smart.” Watch the clip below. READ FULL STORY

GOP debate moderators: The Donald out, Stephen Colbert still very much in

Much like Herman Cain dropping out of the presidential race, the news that Donald Trump will no longer be moderating his own GOP debate in Iowa is tremendously disappointing (to the world of comedy). Of course, no one may have been more let down than The Donald The Trump’s BFF Stephen Colbert, who announced his own South Carolina Seriously, Classy Debate (Sometime in January) last week.

But rather than scold his bestie for his decision to drop out, citing the possibility of Trump’s own “candidacy for president of the United States as an Independent” (“This would be hugely embarrassing — if that were an emotion he were capable of feeling”), Colbert simply decided to re-announce his own spectacularly awesome-sounding debate on The Colbert Report last night. (His possibly-televised-by-National-Geographic debate will not only be held in a zoo, but a polar bear will pick the winner!) Heck, even Newt Gingrich and, less to Colbert’s delight, Rick Santorum (he probably Googled him) are invited. Watch: READ FULL STORY

Donald Trump pulls out of own debate, floats presidential bid (again), plugs 'The Apprentice'

Well, it was good while it lasted. After enticing political junkies and late night comics with the prospect of hosting his very own Republican presidential debate, professional media luminary Donald Trump announced today that he has pulled out of moderating the debate planned by right wing publication Newsmax in Iowa on Dec. 27.

Of course, because this is Donald Trump we’re taking about, he did so while also managing to float once again the prospect of him running for president as an independent candidate by citing said possibility as the reason he was withdrawing from the Iowa debate. And, for good measure, he managed to plug The Apprentice in the very first sentence of his announcement. Which you can read in full below. Behold:  READ FULL STORY

Donald Trump to moderate Republican debate. Could they not get Ivanka? (POLL)

What the…? She’s so much prettier.

As if the presidential primary season wasn’t already playing out like a crappy reality show, Celebrity Apprentice TV star, wig model — and let’s not forget former presidential hopeful — Donald Trump will moderate a Republican debate in Des Moines on Dec. 27. Trump, whom President Obama has likened to a “carnival barker,” is pairing up with Newsmax to put on the debate, which will air on Ion TV.

No word yet on which candidates will accept this once-in-a-lifetime offer — or whether Trump secretly plans on firing them all instead.

I’m serious about Ivanka though.

In fact: POLL! READ FULL STORY

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